Landscape photographs accepted by new website


I’m really pleased to have been accepted as a contributing photographer to an exciting new website featuring the work of photographers in all genres – it will sell prints of all sizes and greetings cards as well as books. The selection process is really stringent, only accepting work of high quality that’s deemed to be commercially viable as well.

Apart from being  a wedding and portrait photographer, I have a passion for capturing landscapes, so I submitted a few and was delighted when three were accepted – now I need to dig down into my archives and find some more to submit! I’ll post when the website’s launched, so keep an eye out for more news!

This is one of the images that’s been accepted – a sunrise over the waters at Keyhaven. It was taken from Hurst Spit and if memory serves me right, it was about 6am (and the mozzies were biting ferociously!):


Yachts reflected in the glow of sunrise at Keyhaven in Hampshire

Technical details: Mamiya 7 camera with 43mm lens, shot on Velvia 50

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